How YOU Can Help a Family With Cancer Right Now

When my dad was first diagnosed with Lung Cancer, people came out of the woodwork, asking

  • “Do you need anything?”

  • “What can I do to help?”

  • “What would make this easier for you?”

I always felt like…

“Ummmmm… I honestly have no idea.”

I’m not sure what we need. I don’t know how you can help. I do know, NOTHING will make this easier.

When cancer explodes into a family, there are so many things they need to get through this. 

BUT, when you ask a family with cancer “Do you need anything?”, they’ll almost always say no.

  1. They have NO clue what they need, how you can help, or what would make this any easier for them.

  2. They’re drowning in this situation trying to manage a complicated, terrifying diagnosis and it’s hard to see anything beyond that.

  3. It’s hard to ask for help, and cancer is a personal, life-altering situation that affects the whole family.

They are DROWNING in this situation. Completely overwhelmed by everything that is happening.  Plus, they’re scared out of their minds.

You want to help.  

They have no idea what they need or how people can help them, and they have NO time to figure it out.

Let us take some of the stress off both of you.

 Real Ways to Make a Difference 

The Support Squad Care Kit will walk you through 13 Genuine Ways to Help a Family With Cancer.

Packed full of thoughtful, meaningful ways that ANYONE can help the family going through cancer in a way that’s useful without adding extra pressure on them.

Clear action steps walk you through...

  • exactly what to do
  • exactly what to say
  • how to make a positive impact on their situation without creating more stress. 

These are proven ways that will help families going through cancer. 

Practical ideas that will give them the extra support they need without having to figure out a lot of complicated details or spend their energy worrying about trivial things.

Let Us Help You 

This is my dad and I on my wedding day, 3 months before he was diagnosed with Lung Cancer. My entire life changed that day and I became his caregiver practically overnight.

Since then 7 other people in my family including my mother, my husband, and my father-in-law have all been diagnosed with cancer.

Cancer doesn’t just affect the person who has it, everyone is touched by this.

We’re a REAL family who has way more experience than anyone should have with cancer.

If you are a friend, neighbor, or the workplace of someone who has been diagnosed with cancer and you want to help… this is for you.

These are real proven ways people helped our family get through a cancer diagnosis.

  • Things that made the biggest impact for my family.

  • Ways people reduced some of the stress so we could focus on the mission.

  • How people made the situation for easier for us.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    It says The Support Squd Care Kit is free. What's the catch? Do I still need to enter my credit card information?

    There is no credit card information or money questions of any kind.

    I do ask for your email address so I can send you our weekly newsletter which is full of tips, tricks, and inspiration so you can help someone you care about go through this disease.  

    Trust me, they can use the support.  

    Cancer affects EVERYONE, not just the people who are diagnosed.

    I promise it will be worth your while, but if you don’t agree you can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of every email.

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    If you still can’t find it or you have any questions, you can reach us at [email protected] and we’ll get you squared away.

    How many pages is it? How much will I have to print?

    The Support Squad Care Kit is 19 easy to read pages.  You don't need to print it unless you want to as it's designed to be read on your favorite device.

    After all, it’s not really FREE if it costs you $40 to print, is it?